Can i sue for discrimination?

Asked 6 months ago - Atlanta, GA

Okay, i went to an interview after my interview was done a worker who went to my high school went to the manager and said not to hire me she broke confidentiality by discussing my interview with the employee. I have evidence of this is this grounds for an lawsuit?

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  1. Scott Benjamin Riddle

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    Answered . Discrimination for what? What "confidentiality" did you think you had for an interview? "Someone said something" tells us absolutely nothing, If you believe that a job interview somehow means the potential employer can't gather information about you, you are incorrect.

  2. Christine C McCall

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    Answered . There is no "confidentiality" to "break" in these circumstances, and the employer is absolutely allowed to pay attention to personal experience information relayed by its employees. You have no claim.

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  3. Geoffry Eugene Malicoat

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    Answered . No. You were not illegally discriminated against, at least under these facts.

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